This is not a replica. It's the real thing: a Nakajima Sakae 21 powered Mitsubishi Zero, the only one flying in the world. As usual you'll be in the cockpit of this formidable WW2 Japanese fighter.
Steve Hinton of the Air Museum Planes of Fame in Chino CA, flies the Zero through it's paces including many combat maneuvers. You'll hear start-ups, run-ups, take-offs, and landings from inside and outside the cockpit. In our adversary section you'll hear engine-starts and in-flight sounds of many of the allied aircraft that did battle with the Zero including the Grumman Wildcat, the F4U Corsair, the Lockheed P-38, the P-40 Warhawk and the P-51 Mustang.
|1.||Zero Engine Start-up||8.||P-38 Engine Start|
|2.||Zero Start-up and Run-up||9.||P-38 In-Flight|
|3.||Zero In-Flight||10.||F4U Corsair Engine Start|
|4.||P-40 Engine Start||11.||F4U Corsair In-Flight|
|5.||P-40 In-Flight||12,||Many Mustangs|
|6.||FM-2 WildcatEngine Start||13.||Zero Flight In-Cockpit|
|7.||FM-2 Wildcat In-Flight||14.||Steve Hinton Conversation|